And it’s 6,463 feet above sea level in the Swiss Alps.
Remember that one friend who always got a little too drunk in college and passed out outside once or twice?
We’d like to think this one-room outdoor hotel is loosely inspired by their nights on the lawn.
Null Stern Hotel is a single bed nestled 6,463 feet above sea level in the Swiss Alps, in the town of Graubünden. The room comes equipped with lamps and nightstands, plus a panoramic view of Switzerland’s starry sky.
For $250 a night, you don’t get a hotel bar or a private bathroom, but you do get your own personal butler who brings you breakfast in bed, on request, which is 100x better.
There’s currently a waiting list into 2017, so maybe pull an air mattress out to the backyard and practice for your trip until then.
All images via Null Stern